posted a year ago
"The short answer is that it depends on the particular circumstances of your case. Some appeals can be resolved relatively quickly, while others may take several months or even longer.
Suppose you have been through the initial stages of the immigration process and have been issued a removal order by an immigration judge. In that case, you will have the right to file an appeal with the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). This body reviews cases to determine whether the law was applied correctly.
The BIA can typically issue a decision within a few months, but some cases may take longer depending on their complexity."